[ US /ˈkɛɹˌfɹi/ ]
[ UK /kˈe‍əfɹiː/ ]
  1. cheerfully irresponsible
    had a harum-scarum youth
    carefree with his money
    freewheeling urban youths
  2. free of trouble and worry and care
    the carefree joys of childhood
    carefree millionaires, untroubled financially
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How To Use carefree In A Sentence

  • The old ceiling and bar brought back many memories of happy carefree days of yore to those present.
  • She felt a burden lifting off her shoulders and smiled at the carefree feeling that permeated her senses.
  • Barilla is another example: it is built on the classic Italian image of tomato sauce, pasta, a carefree way of life, songs and sun.
  • He kicked up his heels and flung himself into the carefree life of a bachelor.
  • My home on Sunday became a place of carefree fun, little wet boys running to and fro, glistening beads of moisture running down their soft nubile chests.
  • Keep hair loose and carefree for a modern edge. Times, Sunday Times
  • Imagine switching from an easygoing, carefree lifestyle, to an uptight one with no breathing room.
  • Ever since I found out that they make adult sizes I've been daydreaming about 'heeling' to work (just think how exciting that walk to and from London Bridge would be on wheels), about skating carefree-ly round Paul when we go shopping, and about generally being the coolest kid in the playground. The One With The Fad
  • Which is why Queensland's finest are on their way to Malaysia - home of the world's only herd of wild cattle - to prove that a carefree life of leisure reduces the incidence of bovine sapphism.
  • The cameraperson, presumed to be Oiticica, records carefree moments in the lives of the young gay men gathered on the meadows of Central Park.
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